Saturday, July 24th, 2021

Digital Art software Colors Live is about to be actually released on the switch

If you didn’t get a copy of Colors Live when it popped up on Kickstarter last summer, don’t worry-the physical retail version will be available later this year.

Last year’s Kickstarter saw the return of 3DS’s popular digital art software on the Switch, but this time it bundles new features and a cool SonarPen that plugs into the Switch’s headphone jack and uses audio to draw on the touch screen. It is smart, and the price is much lower than most professional digital art works, which is undoubtedly the allure of artists with Switch.

Previously, it could only be used as a digital download code (of course, the pen is provided to you separately), but this new physical version also provides you with a beautiful box that can be added to your bookshelf. It will be sold at retailers such as Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, Target and Walmart for $49.99.

· Color SonarPen -The pressure-sensitive pen provides a natural painting feel and fully customizable stroke thickness and/or opacity.
· Color exploration -Brand new game mode, players can complete daily challenges by drawing fixed themes with various rules. Designed for beginners and masters, users will learn how to improve their drawing skills by completing these challenges.
· Color gallery – Nintendo Switch players can upload their works to Colors Gallery, a community sharing center that has received more than four million painting uploads and counts.Follow friends and talented artists and share Live color Create with the world.

You can still Pick up the digital version Now, if you don’t mind missing physical cases; the retail version will be launched in September.

Are you interested in the new physical release? Have you tried colors before? Let us comment.